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Places In The Home is in full-on this is not a drill, the holiday season is here mode.
When a shopping network host announced Christmas is less than two months away, it brought it all home.
This end of October-beginning of November week kicks off the whole let’s holiday plan and prep shebang, and I’m inviting and celebrating family and friends, thankful feasts and fêtes, seasoned and Seasons Greetings, ’tis the season of soirees and open houses, New Year’s Day supper, and happy birthday greetings with a little help from my friends at Paperless Post.
Paperless Post is an online invitations, cards, and stationery platform. Begin the custom design process by creating an account.
Choose the occasion and from there peruse the selections of designs.
A wide range of distinctive designs, fonts, colors, backgrounds, shapes, and designers make it easy for you to create, design and send custom digital invitations, cards, and stationery for your business and/or personal needs.
Christmas Foyer Card with Envelope – Paperless Post
Paperless Post has many cards free to send, and you can send a free card to up 200 email addresses.
Birthday wishes, save the date, dinner party, graduation, fundraiser, new address, game night, add your own photo, sympathy, charity event, birth announcement, girl’s getaway weekend, entertaining, sip and see free and fabulous.
Premium designer cards require coins to send. Coins are the currency used on Paperless Post to price premium design options and add-ons such as envelopes, liners, stamps, postmarks, logos, and backdrops.
As you go through the customization flow, the cost of your card per recipient will appear at the top right corner of the page.
Paperless Post never shows third-party ads on their website, in their emails, or on their mobile app.
Therefore, you do not have to use additional coins to remove ads.
Pheasant Plumage – John Derian
An invitation to gather together with friends to eat, drink, celebrate, and be grateful for one another on the third Thursday of November is but a custom design and email list away.
Gourd Times – Crate & Barrel
Holiday time is open house time, y’all!
A customized invitation to join you to celebrate not only fits the occasion, but reflects your personal style.
Plumier (Welcome)- Paperless Post
Holiday in the City – Rifle Paper Co.
A Tuesday Tipple by Charlotte Olympia invites holiday style to the holiday mix and mingle.
The Lady It’s Cold Outside invitation is decked out in faux fur holiday finery for a festive evening of holiday spirits, decorating, and dancing.
So sipping cocktails-Dino on the hi-fi-Cherries Jubilee-1960s throwback swanky.
The Peas on Earth invitation is perfect for our Creole black-eyed peas and Southern buttermilk cornbread Peas on Earth, Good Eats for Luck New Year’s Day supper.
Peas on Earth
A Louisiana birthday celebration deserves a snazzy and snappy birthday card.
Snappy Birthday (Nicholas John Frith) – Red Cap Cards
Design, create, greet, announce, invite, and impress friends, family, and clients with custom digital invitations, cards, and stationery from Paperless Post.
The design and send experience is as easy as email, the design result as elegant as it is exceptional.